Glenn Tilbrook and Chris Difford, the men behind Squeeze have been called everything from 'the new Lennon and McCartney' to the 'Godfathers of Brit Pop'. Now thirty five years after their first record release, Squeeze Take Me I'm Yours reappraises the song-writing genius of Difford and Tilbrook, and shows why Squeeze hold a special place in British Popular music. 'Take Me I'm Yours' is the story of Chris Difford and Glenn Tilbrook, two working class kids from South East London, who in 1974 formed 'Squeeze', with the dream of one day appearing on Top of The Pops. In 1978 they achieved that dream when the single Take Me I'm Yours, gave the band the first of a string of top twenty hits. The period 1978-1982 saw the group release a run of classic singles, timeless gems such as, Cool For Cats, Up the Junction, Labelled with Love, Tempted and Pulling Mussels from a Shell to name but a few. Although the line up of Squeeze would go through various changes of personal (another founder member ...